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Dear All, I Have two doubts about EPF.

1. If an employee is absent for a long period of time (like a month or two), should that employee be included in the contribution list with NCP days? If yes, should it also be shown in the column of "number of excluded employees" for the month?

2. In the ECR sheet, there are many columns like Gross Wages, EPF Wages and EPS Wages. If employer calculates pf contribution on basic pay+DA only, gross salary has to be shown? Or is it enough to show BASIC+DA sum in all columns?

Kindly advice.

Thanks & Regards

From India, Bengaluru

1. Leave days shall be mentioned as non contributory days. Therefore, an employee in service not paid wages would continue to be a member of EPF. Just because contribution is not paid, he will not become excluded employee. An excluded employee means an employee excluded from the coverage of EPF on account his salary being above the threshold limit of Rs 15000 or being a PF pensioner, An employee on leave without pay should not be treated as exit or left member, but the days should be marked as Non Contributory days.

2. Some companies show only Basic and DA. Some show the actual gross salary and PF and PS contributing salary. If you do not contribute PF on actual gross but will restrict the contributions on Rs 15000, you can show only Basic and DA under Gross Salary.

From India, Kannur
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